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About Inyoni House
Inyoni house is located in a holiday town named Marloth Park in north-eastern South Africa in the Mpumalanga province.
The thatched house can accommodate up to six guests and features a fully equipped kitchen, two lounges (one opening onto the patio and the other with a TV & 2 sleeper couches) and ceiling fans throughout. There is also a spacious patio which overlooks the parkland in front of the house where the animals feed and roam as well as a splash pool, a built-in braai, and a boma. There is also undercover parking, above which the deck overlooks the tranquil bush surrounds.
A few activities available in Marloth Park include cycling, quad biking and day or night game drives (from Kruger National park).
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- Swimming Pool
- No Credit Card Facilities
- Parking on Premises
Safari: Get to experience a close up view of Zebra, Kudu and Wildebeest - as they wander through the garden. The views overlooking the Crocodile River across into the Kruger National Park are also great! The Kruger National Park is 15 mins drive away.
Guests are expected to abide by the rules of Marloth Park, which are emailed to them prior to arrival.
Some of those rules include - no loud noise / music at any time; no pets allowed; no walking / riding bicycles after dark; no trees to be cut for firewood; no quad bikes allowed and no littering. Fines can and will be issued on the spot by the Law Enforcement Officers of Marloth Park, and we reserve the right to cancel your booking with immediate notice, without compensation, should the rules not be adhered to.
We reserve the right to adjust quotes depending on the number of guests that are in the booking party. Please ensure you supply accurate information - should number of guests differ upon arrival, your booking may be cancelled with immediate effect and without compensation.
The house is a NO SMOKING establishment - please refrain from smoking in the house at all times. Cigarette butts are to be collected and disposed of - not left outside on the ground where the animals may eat.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling